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General Dynamics sells Video Surveillance and Internet Monitoring technology. British export law doesn't specifically regulate these technologies, so they can easily end up in the wrong hands.

Castleham Road
St Leonards-on-See
East Sussex
TN38 9NJ
United Kingdom

CEO: Jay L. Johnson
Twitter:: @gduknews
Founded: 1952

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Extracted from Gus Hosein's "International Co-operation as a Promise and a Threat", in Cybercrime and Jurisdiction: A Global Survey, Bert-Japp Koops and Susan W.

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We the undersigned are calling on you to reject the 'Draft Council Regulation on standards for security features and biometrics in passports and travel documents issued by Member States'.


The Privacy Commissioner for British Columbia made a call for submissions on whether the USA PATRIOT Act could allow the U.S.


As anticipated, the Snowden revelations – first referred to in the opening session as the “elephant in the room” – soon became the central focus of many of the 150 workshops that took place during


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338 surveillance vendors in 35 countries around the world. 1203 documents detailing 97 technologies..
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Surveillance Industry Index uses material released as part of the WikiLeaks Spy Files and other partners. This research was conducted as part of our Big Brother Incorporated project, an investigation into the international surveillance trade that focuses on the sale of technologies by Western companies to repressive regimes intent on using them as tools of political control.

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